Ujjain: Stock Market trading should involve research and analysis and not news basis trading. Digitisation and 'work from home' option have increased career options in the Stock Market for non-technical persons extensively. This trend allows the students, homemakers and persons already engaged in some professions to simultaneously adopt stock market opportunities as secondary career options.
Chartered accountant Sahaj Arora, the resource person, said so while addressing the participants of the four-day national career orientation e-workshop ìDISHA 2021î here on Tuesday. It is being organised by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and the post-graduate department of economics in collaboration with Swami Vivekanand Career Guidance Cell of Government Girlsí Post-Graduate College under World Bank MPHEQIP.
Arora said that multiple parties are involved in stock market transaction like buyer, seller, broker, exchange NSE/BSE, regulator SEBI and banks the interrelationships of whom is the first level of understanding to explore for various career options herein. The different employers in stock market like mutual funds, insurance companies, EPFO, banks, foreign institutional investors, portfolio management service, advisory and custodian open-up multi-fold avenues for jobs.
Sahaj introduced the entry-level career options like relationship manager; dealer; distributor mutual and also few technical ones like fundamental analyst; technical analyst and compliance officer among the middle level career options. Talking about the entrepreneurial career options, he said that investment manager, advisory service, investor, broker-sub-broker, trader, investment journalist are some of the more lucrative career options. He also stated all the certifications and related institutions for those willing to step-up in this area of employment. He further satisfied all the queries of the participants.
In her presidential address principal and the chairperson of the workshop Dr Anita Manchandia said that online courses and a deep study of company profiles can also help the students and other aspirants to engage in stock trading or take it up as a part time career option. Giving the thematic background IQAC coordinator Dr Neeta Tapan remarked that COVID-19 aggravated unemployment still technology and work from home culture have paved way for newer career options for which expert guidance can be helpful in this four-day career orientation workshop. Dr Nancy Chauhan gave welcome address and guest introduction. Program was conducted by Dr Samina Qureshi and vote of thanks was extended by Dr Bharti Shrivastava. Technical support was given by Vivek Dubey.